Old Oct 1, 05, 9:40 am
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mbreuer
 
Join Date: Jul 2004
Programs: CO Gold; SPG Gold***; AvisFirst;
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Yahoo also has one. Problem I find is you can't specify dates, airlines or routing. I tried this for a while and found that by the time I got the email (to be fair, read the email), the fare was either gone, or useless. A hypothetical example would be "ewr-las". I'd get an email for, say, $111 r/t. Great fare! Then, I find it's only on a Tuesday, return on Thursday, 3 stops on an airline that I don't care to accumulate miles on.

I've found that subscribing to various airlines vacation special emails gives a good indication of current *reasonable* competitive pricing.
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